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1962 ECHO 



THE ECHO 



VOLXXi SEPT. 1962 

TABLE OF CONTENTS 

DEDICATION 6 

FACULTY 7 

PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE 10 

SENIORS I I 

CLASS HISTORY 24 

BABY PICTURES 26 

PERSONALITIES 28 

REMEMBER WHEN 32 

CLASSES 33 

SPORTS 37 

ACTIVITIES 49 

WASHINGTON TRIP 66 

GRADUATION 72 

ADVERTISEMENTS 77 



THE STAFF 




ADVISOR 
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 
ASSISTANT EDITORS 

BUSINESS MANAGER 
ASST. BUSINESS MANAGER 
PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR 
CANDIDS EDITOR 
ART EDITOR 
SPORTS EDITOR 



Mrs. Mary A. Spakowski 
Mary Pat Rogaleski 
Charles Symanski 
Constance Zack 
Judith Kempisty 
Elizabeth Yanginski 
Sally Wilkes 
Clare Pickett 
Kathleen Petrowicz 
Martin Wilkes 



Robert Petrick 
Donald Sikorski 
John Ryan 
Jeanne Zembiski 
David Rudy 
Robert Omasta 
Paul Wykowski 
Ronald Hebert 
Richard Harubin 
William Burke 
Richard Tobacco 
Donald Petcen 



GENERAL STAFF 

William Celatka 
John Rogalewski 
Henrietta Sliwoski 
Peggy Wilkes 
Beverly Michajluk 
Joanne Zembiski 
Mary Dickinson 
Frank Godek 
Daniel Snook 
Jane Kabat 
Barbara Yarrows 
Sandra Nartowicz 






Carol Skorupski 
Beverly Korza 
Mary Ann Romance 
Kathleen Godek 
Carol Maciovowski 
Thomas Burnickas 
Linda Kempisty 
John Beattie 
Jane Pelc 
Henry Kulesza 
Michael Cechvala 
Jay Michajluk 



Dedicated to ♦ ♦ . 




Mrs. Mary A. Spakowski 



It is with sincere appreciation that we, the 
class of 1962, dedicate this yearbook to our fac- 
ulty advisor, Mrs. Mary A. Spakowski. 

Throughout our four years in Smith Academy, 
we have found strength in her untiring efforts to 
assist us and guidance in her wise understanding 



of our problems. As a teacher and as a friend, we 
feel that she greatly deserves our profound re- 
spect and admiration. 

It is therefore, with pride and gratitude that 
we, the class of 1962, dedicate this yearbook to 
Mrs. Mary A. Spakowski. 




Our Faculty 




MR. JAMES E. GALVIN 

University of Massachusetts, B.A. 

Civics; Problems of Democracy IV-A.IV-B; U.S. History; Spanish 

I; Junior Class Advisor. 

"Why don't you girls like Spanish?" -- forestry car -- Argentina 
-- weekly quizzes -- 4th period study hall -- tall -- Problems B 
Class? -- projects -- hunting jacket --wild hat -- outlines and 
notes! --shoulder taps during movies -- "Quit playing" -- proud 
father -- long lectures -- intellectual. 




MRS. MARGARET E. PRUZYNSKI 

McCarthy Business School 

Bookkeeping; Secretarial Practice; Personal Typing; Shorthand I, 

II; Typing 1,11; G.O. Fund Treasurer; School Paper Advisor. 

Loyal basketball fan -- efficient -- green sandels! -- "Come in 
at 2:15" -- patient -- "Where's the school paper material?" -- 
"Keep your eyes off the keys! " -- hot Chevy -- "Do it right or 
don't do it! ! " -- good money handler -- "Now we'll have a five 
minute timed writing." -- "Everything off your desk." --Time 
-- "There is to be no talking." 




MR. JOHN F. SYMANCYK 

New York University, B.S. 

World History, Junior Business Training, General Science, Physical 

Education, Baseball Coach, Soccer Coach. 

"Girls, where are your gym suits?" -- likes to talk --summer 
camp --good dancer --likes bowties -- surprise exams -- "When 
I was with the Yankees ..." -- calisthenics -- physical fitness 
tests -- stolen baseballs! --Cadillac -- "Keep, your eye on the 
ball" -- long lectures -- "You must learn how to pivot" -- Hap- 
py -Go-Lucky -- "This is your last warning! " -- Friendly -- good 
athlete -- Stereos -- "I'll see you at 2:15." 




MR. JOHN A. SKARZYNSKI 

Holy Cross, B.S.; Springfield College, M.Ed. 
Superintendent, Principal, Driver Education Instructor. 

Great Kidder -- "What time did you get home last night??" -- 
always wins his arguments -- "The answer is no! " -- "It's your 
conscience." --well-informed about everyone and everything -- 
his bark is worse than his bite -- argument over the trophy case! 
-- "Another yearbook meeting?" -- always reprimanding -- "Don't 
tell me this is the way you work?" -- his dented car -- likes to 
give everyone a hard time -- willing to help everyone -- coffee 
milkshakes with maple walnut ice cream. 



MRS. FLORENCE E. MULLER 

Wheaton College, B.A. 

French I.II.III; Latin II; Conversational French; Guidance; Pro 

Merito Advisor. 

"Take your pronunciation sheets" -- Latin II midyears -- "Now, 
girls!!" -- proud of Wheaton -- "People!" --vocalist -- "You 
must learn your vocabulary." --nice smile --ladylike -- dreams 
of atrip to France -- "It's your English, people! " --verb booklets. 




MR. JOHN H. NAUMOWICZ 

University of Massachusetts, B.A. 

English IIA.IIB.IIIA.IVA.III & IVB; Prize Speaking; Pro Merito 

Advisor; Thespian Advisor; Discussion Club; Creative Writing. 

File 13 -- research papers -- Renaissance at S.A. -- "Zeus" -- 
"I want it so quiet in here I can hear my dandruff dropping on the 
floor! " -- neat dresser -- "John Naumowicz Society" -- liked by 
everyone --blond crew cut -- 3000 word paper due next week -- 
the little Renault -- "I'd rather see you make a spectacular fail- 
ure than a mediocre success." -- those vocabulary lists. 




MRS. MARY A. SPAKOWSKI 

University of Massachusetts, B.S., M.S. 

Biology IIA.IIB; Junior Business Math; Home Economics; Senior 

Class Advisor; Yearbook Advisor. 

"Where are my home ec girls?" -- quiet study halls -- "What's 
the problem?" -- biology units -- quizzes -- vitamins -- "Do 
your figures check?" -- modern homemakers -- "Quiet" --budgets 
--efficient -- good cook -- Washington Trip! -- happy disposi- 
tion -- patient -- "soft-spoken" -- "There will be no signing out 
this period if this noise persists." -- "We must have this down in 
black and white." -- "You know where the gum goes! " 




MR. LEONARD A. YARROWS 

University of Massachusetts, B.S. 

Plane Geometry, Algebra II, Senior Math, Chemistry, Physics, 

Sophomore Class Advisor, Science Discussion Club Advisor. 

"For the time being ..." --wild chem. labs -- surprise quizzes 
-- "Let's not consult the answer book just yet! ! ! " --colorful ties 
--always ready to help -- "Do I hear any complaints?" -- coffee 
break! -- hunter -- "Let's think this through." -- "I'll take your 
word for it." --races to the lunchroom?! -- papers for physics -- 
"You'll learn when you get to college." -- pass in your home- 
work papers! -- comes from Hadley. 




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CAROL BANAS 



"Carol' 



Northampton, Commercial Course 

Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Voice Class 3; School Paper 2,3,4; 
Gazette News Reporter 4; Yearbook 2,3,4; N.O.M.A. Rep- 
resentative; Washington Trip 4. 

JOE - - She and Henrietta - - lovenotes - - shorthand whiz 
--constant arguments with Joe --quiet -- laughs a lot -- 
marriage??? -- short -- easy to get along with -- black 
tights --engagement ring --November 6 -- "Cut it out." 
-- weekly telephone calls -- NNB -- good persuader -- 
problems -- P.O.D. -- always writing notes -- Mt. Park 
-- ribbons in her hair. 



WILLIAM H. BURKE 

"Billy" 

Northampton, Commercial Course 

Soccer 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Year- 
book 4; Science Club 1; Washington Trip 4. 

Monza -- Girls, girls, girls! ! -- Newton -- horses -- Ivy 
League clothes -- "What's a ticket?" -- always horsing 
around -- friendly -- has connections -- drag races -- 
K4 --politician --a girl in every port! -- Hilltop Friends 
Bible Study Group! ! -- one of the Commercial Boys -- 
winning personality -- freckles -.- "Willy" -- always at 
race track -- "Burkowski" -- gambler -- always playing 
cards with the boys -- "What's homework?" 





WILLIAM CELATKA 



"Billy" 



Northampton, College Course 

Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2; Class President 1; Class 
Vice-President 2; Yearbook 4; Boys' Glee Club 4; Science 
Fair 3; Thespians 3; School Play 3; Washington Trip 4. 

Stick shift -- MARGO -- quiet -- "Honestly" --a real 
gentleman -- one of our star basketball players -- great 
sense of humor -- nice looking -- easy to get along with 
-- cars, cars, cars -- Mae's -- drumcorps -- hot Hudson 
-- "That's terrible" -- "Hospital, here I come." -- that 
front row in English class. 



12 



CHARLES CICHANOWICZ 



"Charlie' 



Northampton, Commercial Course 
Science Club 1; Washington Trip 4. 

Hot rodder -- "Bondo" -- motorcycle boots and turned -up 
collars -- "Can I be transferred to Problems A?" --Mr. 
Galvin's true pal?! --one of the drugstore cowboys --red 
slacks -- yellow and white Ford --hunter -- "Chickie" 
-- One of the Commercial Boys -- hates to take notes in 
Problems Class --a certain girl?!? -- usually fooling 
around with the guys -- trapper -- always down by the 
river -- sense of humor -- nature lover -- always ready 
for a good time. 





DAVID ENGLEHARDT 

"Dave" 

Northampton, Commercial Course 
Science Club 1. 

"Jud" -- Hamp High -- sense of humor -- Bobby's friend 
-- flashy black Ford -- usually found on Cherry St. in 
Hamp --likes to have his afternoons off -- MARY -- one 
of the quieter boys in the class -- afternoon trips to 
Hamp! ! --very serious --appears to be very shy -- white 
bucks -- One of the Commercial Boys -- friendly with 
everyone -- always riding around town! ! ! -- very casual 
about everything -- nice smile -- wild laugh --on the 
short side. 



RICHARD HARUBIN 

"Dickie" 

Northampton, Commercial Course 

Yearbook 4; School Paper 4; Baseball Manager 1; Basket- 
ball 1,2,3; Baseball 4; ScienceClub 1; Washington Trip 4. 

Prankster -- wild driver -- "My car ..." --blushes -- 
tall and thin -- "Absolutely not! ! " -- "Who, me?! ?" -- 
"I'm on the yearbook staff, you know! ! " -- always ready 
for a wild time -- "Screwball" -- card player -- witty -- 
new way to dunk the ball! ? I -- checking with Paul -- 
always working at the garage -- wild laugh -- "Oh, that 
great room assignment for the Washington Trip." 




13 




RONALD HEBERT 



'Ronnie' 



Plymouth, England ; Commercial Course 

Yearbook 4; School Paper 4; Baseball 4; Pro Merito 1; 

Science Club 1; Washington Trip 4. 

"Oh, come on." -- blushes easily -- always laughing -- 
"Hebe" -- "Me, move to England?" -- never serious -- a 
complete riot -- "I hate girls! " -- wild blasts -- loves to 
slash everyone!!! -- production manager of the school 
paper --always playing pitch --elite member of Problems 
B class --curly hair -- "Oh, those gold slacks! " — always 
with Dickie -- carefree -- pool hall fan --Charlie's 
brother . 



JUDITH KEMPISTY 
"Judy" 

Northampton, College Course 

Yearbook 1,2,3,4; School Paper 2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; 
School Play 3,4; Thespians 3,4; Cheerleader 3; Science 
Fair 3; U. of M. Science Fair Representative 2 ; Science 
Club 2; Voice Class 3,4; Gazette News Reporter 4; Prize 
Speaking 3; Discussion Club 4; Washington Trip 4. 

4:00 A.M. coffee break -- full of fun -- DOBE --two 
dates for the Junior Prom --Look Park -- New Year's Eve 
-- lively -- leads the way with her torch! ! ! -- a future 
nurse -- twister --17 yellow roses -- tennis player. 





FRANK KEMPISTY 

"Frank" 

Northampton, Commercial Course 

Yearbook 1,2,3,4; School Paper 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; 
Soccer 1,2,4; Baseball 4; School Play 1,2,3,4; Thespians 
1,2,3,4; Science Club 1; Washington Trip 4. 

"Wilbur" --crew cut -- "Always manages something" -- 
"Have fun while you're young." -- His father's business 
car --Quiet (when asleep) -- "When'sthe nextteen center 
meeting???" -- "I want to go back to Problems B! ! " -- 
twister -- Everybody's "Buddy" -- "Fuzzy" -- goes to 
school at night?! ?! -- leading role in play. 



14 



RICHARD KOT 



"Richie' 



Holyoke, Commercial Course 
Washington Trip 4. 

Rudolph's No.l man --Kot Kid -- PITCH! -- "Let's play 
football." -- "Let's have a poker game." -- dungarees 
and tennis sneakers -- one of the guys -- hidden treasure 
-- "I loved my car so much." -- future jeweler -- One 
of the Commercial Boys -- always playing basketball -- 
I.O.U.'s -- witty -- already for a good time -- a riot! ! ! 
-- "Yeah, I'll do it." -- funny laugh -- black wavy hair 
--girl problems?!?! --always at the drugstore -- usually 
in the hole. 





CHARLES KOVALSKI 

"Charlie" 

Northampton, Commercial Course 

Glee Club 1; Basketball Manager 1,2,3,4. 

Expert driver?? -- "Chuck" -- crashes telephone poles 
with driver ed. car! ! -- "How will we get along??" -- 
efficient (??) basketball manager --little Jingles -- "Oh, 
those sophomore girls?" -- tall and thin -- "We'd better 
win, or those guys will hear it from Max" -- he and Mike 
-- always at the center -- problems -- always running 
errands. 



ROBERT OMASTA 

"Bobby" 

Greenfield, College Course 

Yearbook 4; School paper 4; Boys' Glee Club 4; Basket- 
ball 1,2,3; Soccer 4; Science Fair 3; Washington Trip 4. 

Coast Guard -- "Muscles" --25 push-ups in English IV A 
-- always comes out with witty remarks -- calm -- full 
of fun -- "Little Man" -- "I finally did my patron route! ! " 
-- Norwich University -- quiet -- blond crew cut --al- 
ways riding around with Dick & Paul --wild laugh --gets 
along with everyone -- one of the North Hatfield gang. 




15 




PAULA PACIOREK 

"Paula" 

Northampton, Commercial Course 

Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Thespians 4; Washington Trip 4. 

180 days in the school year??? -- pennies -- "My proofs 
are ruined! " --spends her time in the boiler room -- red 
Ford convertible --never home --flirt -- picks up hitch- 
hikers -- black (?) hair -- problems, and more problems 
--lively --nice dresser -- always in Hamp -- wild laugh 
--temper, temper -- Amherst guys -- doesn't believe in 
afternoon classes -- always has a different boyfriend -- 
-- skiing -- Rahar's -- "I said to stop it! " -- carefree. 



JOSEPH PENKOWSKI 



"Joe" 



Holyoke, Commercial Course 
Science Club 1. 

"Pinky" -- Hookey player --class "visitor"!! -- one of 
the elite members of Problems IV -B -- rainy days -- al- 
ways watching television -- slowpoke -- daytime visits 
from the principal! ! ! --fisherman -- Elmo -- one of the 
Commercial Boys -- walking around the square -- very 
quiet -- always chewing gum -- casual -- sportsman -- 
rain protection -- easy to get along with. 





DONALD PETCEN 



"Donald' 



Northampton, College Course 

Yearbook 4; Basketball 1; Soccer 1,2,3,4; Boys' Glee Club 

4; Science Fair 3; Discussion Club 4; Washington Trip 4. 

Crackups -- "Chesty" -- pitch games -- math genius -- 
always ready with an answer! ! --motorboat, convertible, 
and girls -- always arguing -- "The Cabin" -- hunter -- 
Western New England College -- "Do you want a ride, 
(home???) -- fighter??? -- always at the Legion playing 
cards -- Uncle Bob's right-hand man -- has one of the 
loudest laughs -- one of the front row scholars in English 
class -- mad scientist. 



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ROBERT PETRICK 

•Bob" 

Westfield, College Course 

Yearbook 3,4; School Paper 3; Boys' Glee Club 4; Science 
Fair 3; Thespians 3,4; American Legion Oratorical Con- 
test 4; Class President 2; Class Treasurer 4; Washington 
Trip 4. 

"I never go out with girls on blind dates! " --our own auc- 
tioneer -- "Robere" -- "Haven't got any time." -- "Sure, 
I'll help." -- "Peachie" -- future lawyer -- Latin II mid- 
years -- "Petrarch" -- sense of humor -- "Je ne suis pas 
alle." -- Mary Lou -- five extra points on that English 
test -- "Can't wait to go to Washington." 





KATHLEEN PETROWICZ 

"Kathy" 

Northampton, College Course 

Glee Club 1,2 ,3,4; School Paper 3,4; Yearbook 4; Science 
Fair 3; Small School Tournament Art Contest Winner 4; 
Washington Trip 4. 

Colorful clothes --class artist -- "Kashka" --South Deer- 
field -- She and Sally -- filing expert -- wild (?) wig -- 
art contests --wild driver --Art Editor of the school paper 
and yearbook --gab sessions -- 5th period study -- signed 
out for typing -- secret assembly dates -- Air Force -- 
wild about jewelry -- "But he's really a nice guy." -- 
"You don 't know ! " 



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CLARE PICKETT 



"Clare' 



Northampton, Commercial Course 

Yearbook 2,4; School Paper 3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Pro 
Merito 2;Cheerleading2,3,4;School Play 2, 3,4; Thespians 
2,3,4; Voice Class 1,2,3; Prize Speaking 3; Girls' Basket- 
ball 1; Class Treasurer 2; Class Secretary 3,4; Washing- 
ton Trip 4. 

M ■+■ M strike --captain of the cheerleaders -- one of the 
"Secret Pals" -- college weekends -- wild driver -- tiny 
and cute -- "Me, go steady??" -- maroon Eliot Ness car 
-- slips and towels -- drive-in movies in the winter -- 
chartreuse and black convertible with blue doors -- tree 
climbing -- forgetful. 




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MARY ROGALESKI 



'Mary Pat" 



Northampton, College Course 

Pro Merito 1,2,3,4; Student Council 1,2,3, 4;Glee Club 1, 
2,3,4; School Paper 1.2-.3 ,4; Yearbook 1,2,3,4; Girls' Bas- 
ketball 1,2 ,3,4; School Play 2,3,4; Thespians 2,3,4; Prize 
Speaking 3; Girls' State 3; Discussion Club 4; Science Fair 
Winner 3; D.A.R. Award 4; Washington Trip 4. 



CHARLIE 



- popular 
-- summer 



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school 



Scholar -- prom queen 

tha -- contact -- Skar's secretary 

one of the triangle -- "Finish your ad routes' 
captain of girls' team -- parties 



course 

-- Macbeth party 



JOHN ROGALEWSKI 



"Jackie' 



Northampton, Commercial Course 

Yearbook 4; Soccer 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Science Club 1; 

Washington Trip 4. 

"Slippery" -- chases people around town -- our holy boy 
-- ANNE -- always in the downstairs hall -- One of the 
great hunters in our room -- good artist -- Air Force -- 
red and white hardtop convertible -- appears to be very 
shy -- problems, and more problems -- always late for 
classes --a transfer to Problems IV-A Class -- very quiet 
-- one of the Commercial crew -- "Have you done your 
bookkeeping?" 





DAVID RUDY 

"Dave" 

Northampton, College Course 

Yearbook 4; Boys' Glee Club 4; Soccer 1,2,3,4; American 
Legion Oratorical Contest 4; Science Club 4; Class Secre- 
tary 1; Discussion Club 4; Washington Trip 4. 

Mad Scientist -- Gazette correspondent -- math whiz -- 
"Love them and leave them! ! " -- altar boy -- Beverly 
Heights -- soccer star -- "What's homework?" -- slide 
rule -- "basketball is a girls' game" -- experiment with 
law of relativity -- always late for school --vacation 
(?! ?) from chemistry lab. 



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JOHN RYAN 



"John' 



Northampton, College Course 

Yearbook 1,2,3,4; School Paper 1,2,3,4; Boys' Glee Club 
4; School Play 1,3,4; Thespians 1,2,3,4; Baseball Manager 
1 ; Basketball 2 ,3 ; Prize Speaking 3 ; Science Fair 3 ; Ameri - 
can Legion Oratorical Contest 1,2,3,4; Washington Trip 4. 

Tobogganing -- "Me, go out with a girl?! ?! " -- French 
scholar -- broken arms -- "Bonjour" -- "Jean" -- "My 
terrific Corvette" -- tobogganing expert -- South Deer- 
field --checking with the boys --always thumbing a ride 
-- can always be found at the drug store. 





GEORGE SADOWSKI 



"George" 



West Springfield, Commercial Course 
Science Club 1; Soccer 3; Basketball 2,3; 
Trip 4. 



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Fury -- "Dubba" -- "Let's check out the center -- another 
card shark -- George and his gang -- "Est-ce qu'il ya?" 
one of the commercial boys -- always found at a race 
track --looks for parked cars --wild laugh -- "Mrs. Spa- 
kowski, you know I'm a good boy." -- always running 
out of gas -- flat tires -- "The black Chariot" -- gam- 
bler --friendly --willing to help -- wild driver -- Milo's 
buddy -- always hacking off. 



DONALD SIKORSKI 



"Donnie" 



Holyoke, College Course 

Yearbook 2,3,4; School Paper 3,4; Boys' Glee Club 4; 
Thespians 3,4; Basketball 1,2; Student Council 4; Marshal 
4; Science Fair 3; Discussion Club 4; Washington Trip 4. 

Stock car races -- SANDY -- Cool Hat -- coolness -- 
"Don" --Ivy League clothes --Dobie and me -- "What?" 
-- "These are my working pants! " -- "Let's go to another 
yearbook convention in Boston." -- always driving a dif- 
ferent car -- "Horse" --tennis -- accidents and more ac- 
cidents -- drives over lunch boxes --likes Lacrosse -- 
pitch and ping-pong -- wild Romeo. 




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HENRIETTA SLIWOSKI 



'Henrietta' 



Northampton, General Course 

Yearbook 1,2,3,4; School Paper 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; 
Voice Class 1,2,3,4; Thespians 3,4; School Play 3; Discus- 
sion Club 4; Gazette Correspondent 4; Washington Trip 4. 

Always giggling -- she and Carol -- Milo's daughter -- 
"I don't know, Mr. Galvin." -- "You're always picking on 
me." -- brawl at A & W -- ribbons and bows -- "La La" 
--crazy driver -- summers at Mt. Park -- nursing --al- 
ways rearranging the seating plan in English --Mr. Nau- 
mowicz' favorite student. 



CHARLES SYMANSKI 

"Charlie" 

Northampton, College Course 

Yearbook 3,4; School Paper 3,4; Student Council 4; Boys' 
Glee Club 4; School Play 3,4; Thespians 3,4; Marshal 4; 
Science Fair 3; Prize Speaking 3; Safety Council Dele- 
gate 3; Discussion Club 4; Class Vice-President 2; Class 
Treasurer 3; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Wash- 
ington Trip 4. 

Great basketball player -- found on Maple St. -- "Of 
course." -- MARY PAT -- "You know me." -- tennis 
player -- "Why, of course I'll do it." -- 7th period study 
hall -- yearbook convention --St. Anselem's --good 
side of town. 





RICHARD TOBACCO 



"Dickie" 



Northampton, College Course 

Yearbook 3,4; School Paper 4;ProMerito 1,2 ,4; Glee Club 
1,2,4; School Play 3,4; Thespians 3,4; Discussion Club 4; 
Science Fair 3; Soccer 3; Washington Trip 4. 

"Big Daddy Corpus" and "Herman '90 volts' Jones -- 
"Juicy -- rerouting route 91??? -- slow as molasses -- 
math and science whiz -- always pestering the girls -- 
half asleep most of the time -- mad scientist -- always 
arguing with Donald --a future engineer -- wild driver 
- - hot Ford . 



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JOSEPH WANCZYK 



"Joe" 



Northampton, Commercial Course 
Soccer 2,3; Washington Trip 4. 

"Poncy-Ponce" -- one of the commercial boys -- always 
playing cards -- blue Ford -- drugstore cowboy -- future 
farmer -- one of the boys -- taxicab driver -- Hawaiian 
Eye -- always checking with the guys -- he & George -- 
bookkeeping whiz -- always chewing gum in Mrs. Pru- 
zynski's class-- future Hollywood star?? -- "Joe-Joe" -- 
wild driver -- gambler. 





MARTIN WILKES 

"Marty" 

Northampton, College Course 

Yearbook 3,4; School Paper 3,4; Glee Club 4; Pro Merito 
1,2,3,4; School Play 3,4; Thespians 3,4; Class Vice Presi- 
dent 1; Class President 3,4; Marshal 4; Science Fair 3; 
Prize Speaking 3; Boys' State 3; Safety Council Delegate 
3;Good Government day Representative 4; Basketball 1,2, 
3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Soccer 1,2,3,4; Washington Trip 4. 

All-around athlete -- tall, dark, and handsome -- any 
QUAlms -- pennies & more pennies -- Norwich -- Ski 
Trail -- wild time in Boston -- Skiing -- MAUREEN -- 
The Wanderer. 



SALLY WILKES 

"Sally" 

Northampton, College Course 

Yearbook 3,4; School Paper 3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Pro 
Merito 1,2,3,4; Prize Speaking 3; Science Fair 3; Wash- 
ington Trip 4. 

"Oh, those piano recitals" --drives like a maniac -- quiet 
-- Hadley -- sweet -- loves animals -- Bay Pat Junior 
College --speedy business car --secretary --South Deer- 
field -- she and Kathy -- secret assembly dates! ! --al- 
ways willing to help -- very nervous -- avid basketball 
fan??? -- friendly with everyone. 




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PAUL WYKOWSKI 



'Paul" 



Holyoke, College Course 

Yearbook 4; School Paper 4; Prize Speaking 3; Science 
Fair 3; Discussion Club 4; Basketball 1,3; Baseball 4; 
Washington Trip. 

"All my animals! ! ! " -- "lost, lost" -- "I've got your 
wheel drive on my jeep" -- "Let's play cards! " -- his 
Chrysler -- "He conned me into the game" -- "My jeep 
won't get stuck! ! " -- "What, are you deaf or something?" 
-- "I knew you'd call on me next." -- money problems? 
-- funny laugh -- English scholar! -- better side of the 
tracks??? -- always has an answer. 



ELIZABETH YANGINSKI 



'Betty" 



Ware, Mass., College Course 

Yearbook 2,3,4; School Paper 2,3,4; Pro Merito 1,2,3,4; 
Glee Club 1,2,3,4; School Play 4; Thespians 4; Science 
Fair 3; Discussion Club 4; Creative Writing 4; Washington 
Trip 4. 



Bee & her bus - 
gas, please! ! ! " 
-- "A -yeah, do you? 
"Light & Bright" --neat 
wait to go to Washington 



Bruce leaves 
money! ! ' < 



"A quarter's worth of 
"It's not my fault --" 
- "Oh, that photographer! " -- 
conservative dresser -- "Can't 
- - trip to Hartford - - second 



(?) member of the triangle -- another "Secret Pal." 





THOMAS YARROWS 

"Timmy" 

Northampton, General Course 
Science Club 1; Boys' Glee Club 4. 

Great outdoorsm an -- "Yeah, I bet" -- black turtleneck 
sweater -- snowshoe hikes in the woods???? -- "I don't 
care, don't believe me." -- double dates --fast Chevy 
-- Dewey Court -- lumberjack -- gunpowder explosion 
--the mountain --checking with Shadow -- quiet --al- 
ways fishing -- "I have to work today! ! " -- "Listen to 
me guys, I'm telling you how to do it the right way????" 



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CONSTANCE ZACK 



'Connie' 



Northampton, College Course 

Yearbook 1,2,3,4; Student Council 3; School Paper 1,2,3,4; 
Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Pro Merito 1,2,3,4; Class Treasurer 1; 
School Play 4; Thespians 4; Girls' Basketball 1; Creative 
Writing 4; Discussion Club 4; Science Fair 3; Washington 
Trip 4. 

Amherst Weekends -- Yankee fan -- Gore Avenue -- 
EDDIE -- "Are you satisfied?" --letters everyday -- stuck 
in the mud --class shorty --School Paper Editor -- "Give 
me ti-me and I'll do it." -- the third member of the tri- 
angle -- the last "Secret Pal" -- budgets. 




Class Officers 




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Memories 



As we prepare to bid farewell to the halls of 
Smith Academy, to leave behind us the carefree, 
dependent stage of our lives, we reflect happily 
on what awaits us in the future. Yet, eager as we 
are to begin our new lives in the adult world, it 
is with heavy hearts that we depart from Smith 
Academy, a tiny school which has left a big im- 
pression on us. We have gained invaluable know- 
ledge and experience in our four years here, 
whichwe know will benefit us in our future lives. 
Now, standing on the brink of this future, rich 
memories of the life we are about to leave come 
before us. 

It was in September of 1958 that thirty -nine 
meek boys and girls first entered Smith Academy, 
eager to discover what awaited us in high school, 
yet apprehensive of the newness and strangeness 
of it. Under the guidance of Mrs.Spakowski, our 
faculty advisor, we held our first meeting and 
selected the following students to serve as class 
officers: President, William Celatka; Vice- 
President, Martin Wilkes; Secretary, Robert 
Daniels; Treasurer, Constance Zack;and Student 
Council Representative, Mary Pat Rogaleski. 
During our Freshman year, we welcomed Ronnie 
Hebert, a transfer from Northampton, and Frances 
Barry who moved to Hatfield from Vermont. Sur- 
viving the worst ordeal of the freshman year, 
initiation, we became more confident, and in 
the spring, sponsored our first social event. This 
was a successful spring dance, aptly entitled 
"Spring Frolic." A quaint garden with spring 
flowers stood in the center of the floor while 
garlands of the hall. The music for this event 
was provided by Ray Bouchard. As June and the 
end of the school year approached, we found 
ourselves looking forward to returning in the fall. 

The next year, as self-assured sophomores, 
we promptly elected the following officers to 
guide us through our second year in Smith 
Academy: President, Robert Petrick; Vice- 



President, Charles Symanski; Secretary, David 
Rudy; Treasurer, Clare Pickett, and Student 
Council representative, Mary Pat Rogaleski. One 
of our first acts as sophomores was to sponsor a 
Halloween dance with Ray Bouchard as disc 
jockey . Decorations consisted of a harvest scene 
complete with pumpkins, cornstalks, and autumn 
colored streamers. The highlight of our sopho- 
more year was the receipt of the traditional class 
rings which arrived in early February. During 
this year, the basketball team won the Hamp- 
shire League entitling them to compete in the 
Western Massachusetts Basketball Tournament 
held at Springfield College. They won this tour- 
nament and went on to represent Western Mas- 
sachusetts in the New Englands at the Boston 
Garden. Our class was well represented on this 
championship team with Martin Wilkes, Charles 
Symanski, and William Celatka. During the year, 
we lost one of our classmates, Frances Barry, 
who transferred to Frontier Regional High School. 
Adjourning for the summer , we anxiously awaited 
our first year as upperclassmen. 

In September, we again returned to Smith 
Academy, this time as upperclassmen. This year, 
we welcomed two new members to our class. 
Richie Kot, a transfer from Northampton High 
School, and Marie Madew ell from Spencer, Ten- 
nessee. The following students were selected of- 
ficers: President, Martin Wilkes; Vice-President, 
William Celatka; Treasurer, Charles Symanski; 
Secretary, Clare Pickett; and Student Council 
representatives, Mary Pat Rogaleski and Connie 
Zack. At the beginning of this year we sponsored 
the annual freshman initiation which took place 
at the end of September. During the middle of 
the year, we lost Robert Daniels, who transferred 
to Northampton High School. Again this year our 
basketball team won the Western Massachusetts 
Basketball Tournament and went on to the New 
Englands. Again our class was well represented 
with Martin Wilkes, Charles Symanski, William 



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are made of this 



Celatka, and Richard Harubin. In the spring of 
our junior year, we had to face the ordeal of 
declamations. Ten students were chosen to speak 
at the town hall, with Clare Pickett and Charles 
Symanski emerging as victors. Our next project 
was the junior prom. After weeks of planning and 
much hard work, the "magic" event took place 
on Friday, June 2, with the orchestra of Don 
Tepper providing music for dancing. The prom 
was called "Evening in Paris" and the town hall 
was transformed into a Paris street scene com- 
plete with outdoor restaurants and the Eiffel 
Tower. Overhead were myriads of silver stars, 
and in the corner was a tiny wishing pond amidst 
rocks and flowers. The highlight of the Prom was 
the Grand March which was led by Martin Wilkes 
and directed by Mr.Symancyk.Mary PatRogale- 
ski was chosen to reign over the Prom while her 
attendants were: Clare Pickett, Barbara Yarrows, 
Maureen Molloy, and Carol Maslanka. A memo- 
rable evening was enjoyed by all who attended. 
Delegates to Girls' State and Boys' State, who 
were selected by the faculty were Mary Pat 
Rogaleski and Martin Wilkes. Leaving Smith 
Academy for our summer vacation, we assured 
each other that we would return in the fall filled 
with ambition to begin our final year. 

Then came our senior year, by far the most 
memorable. Selected to guide us through our last 
year were: President, Martin Wilkes; Vice- 
President, William Celatka; Treasurer, Robert 
Petrick; Secretary, Clare Pickett; and Student 
Council representatives, Mary Pat Rogaleski, 
Charles Symanski, and Donald Sikorski. Rose Ann 
Martino did not return for our final year as she 
transferred to Our Lady of the Angels Academy 
in Enfield, Connecticut. Early in the year, Marie 
Madewell left our school also. Our senior year 
was awhirl of activities, beginning with ahighly 
successful three -act comedy, "Boarding House 
Reach" which took place on November 10. Dur- 
ing this year, we also sponsored a campaign to 



elect a representative from Smith Academy to 
take part in the annual Good Government Day in 
Boston. After much avid campaigning, the stu- 
dents elected Martin Wilkes to represent them. 
Senior pictures were taken at the Arlene Studio 
in Northampton early in October. Our next social 
function was a successful record hop held on 
November 22 with popular disc jockey Phil Dee . 
During April the seniors ordered their graduation 
announcements from the Josten Company. A 
number of food sales were held throughout the 
year and this augmented our treasury considera- 
bly. The D.A.R. girl, chosen for good citizen - 
ship, was Mary Pat Rogaleski. The most outstand- 
ing event of our senior year was our memorable 
Washington Trip, which started at the railroad 
station in Northampton on the morning of April 
17 at 9:35. After spending Tuesday evening in 
New York, the students continued to Washington 
where they spent three days touring the high- 
lights. On Friday, the students returned to New 
Yorkand finally disembarked for home onSatur-' 
day. Upon arriving at Northampton, the tired 
and restless students felt that the trip was worth- 
while and enjoyable. This trip culminated four 
years of planning, hard work, and fund raising. 
Our class banquet began the Commencement 
activities. Class Day was held on June 14 fol- 
lowed by Graduation at the Town Hall on June 
15. Superintendent Barry of Northampton was the 
main speaker. The diplomas were awarded by 
Mr. William H. Dickinson, of the Board of 
Trustees. 

Now, as our last year draws to a close, as we 
prepare to leave behind us the carefree, depend- 
ent stage of our lives, we must think of the future 
and of the broadening horizons opening before 
us. We will take our places in the adult world 
with more confidence and more wisdom because 
of the four happy years we have spent at Smith 
Academy. 



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CLASSES 




ROW 1:C. Betsold, 
C. Skorupski, M. 
Dickinson, B. Micha- 
jluk. ROW 2: J. Zem- 
biski, P. Wilkes, B. 
Yarrows, J. Kabot, J. 
Zembiski. ROW 3: D. 
Snook, S. Nartowicz, 
B. Korza, E. Deres, R. 
Thayer, A. Karakula. 
ROW 4: F. Godek, E. 
Korza, C. Osepowicz, 
M.Cahill, W. Byrne, 
S. Bruscoe. 



Juniors sponsor memorable prom 



The first junior class meeting of the year was 
held September 13th, under the direction of Mr. 
Galvin, the class advisor. The following class 
officers were elected: 



President: Barbara Yarrows 
Vice-President: Peggy Wilkes 
Secretary: Jane Kabat 
Treasurer: Joanne Zembiski 
Student Council Representatives: 
Jeanne Zembiski, Danny Snook 



The juniors sponsored the first dance of the 
year, entitled "Autumn Sunset" on Oct. 6th with 
disc jokey Ken Griffin. 

Juniors were active in many events this year, 
taking part in the senior play, glee club, and 
various sports. 

The most important event sponsored by the 
junior class was the annual junior prom held at 
the Lord Jeffery in Amherst on May 26th. This 
was the first time that Smith Academy had held 
a prom away from home and it proved to be a 
success. 



Waiting for the bell to ring 




J. Kabat, Secretary; B. Yarrows, President; P. Wilkes, 
V. President; J. Zembiski, Treas. 




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ROW 1: Fitzgerald, 
Goller, Cybulski, Ma- 
slanka, Maciorowski, 
Maslanka, Edwards, 
Poole. ROW 2: Pelc, 
Baceski, Mr. Yarrows, 
Beattie, Kempisty, 
Santoni, McKay, Kor- 
za, ROW 3: Mullins, 
Michajluk, Maricle, 
Ryan, Wendlowski, 
Lyman, Dickinson, 
Godek, Rudy, Celatka. 
ROW 4: Maiewski, 
Slysz, Kopacz, Burn- 
ickas, Kulesza. Ostrow- 
ski, Banas, Chechvala, 
Waskiewioz. 





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Sophs receive new style ring 



On September 6, the sophomores held their 
first meeting with Mr. Yarrows as advisor and 
elected the following officers: 



President: John Beattie 
Vice-President: Linda Kempisty 
Secretary: Jane Pelc 
Treasurer: Dorothy Baceski 
Student Council Representatives: 
Robert Santoni, Mary Ann Romance. 



The class welcomed two new students this 
year, Katie Maricle, a graduate of Clarke School 
for the Deaf, and Patricia Edwards, a transfer 
student from Northampton High School. 

The class sponsored a record hop, entitled 
"Bewitched," on October 27. 

Class rings which were ordered early in No- 
vember from thejosten Company, were received 
on February 27. This year, some sophomores re- 
ceived anew college style while others received 
the standard type class ring. 



J. Beattie, President; L. Kempisty, V. President; J. 
Pelc, Secretary; D. Baceski, Treas. 



Noontime riot 




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Candids of Classes 





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ROW 1: Gore, Cahill, Kempisty, Burke, Wilkes, 
D. Rudy, Rogalewski, Omasta, Mullins, Doktor. 
ROW 2:Kovalski, E. Korza, Dickinson, R. Korza, 



Slysz, Godek, Burnickas, R. Rudy, skorupski, 
Glenowica, Mr. Symancyk. 



Soccer team finishes third in League 



With two new soccer teams in the Hampshire 
League this season, the Falcons had a 14 game 
schedule before them. Coach John Symancyk 's 
boys had a very successful season going through 
the first half undefeated. The Falcons dominated 
first place in the league until a heartbreaking 
loss to Easthampton in the 11th game. 

Leading the Falcons was Marty Wilkes, who 
suddenly exploded with scoring power just before 



half-season and finished the year with 17 tallies. 
Marty's goals in the first game with Hopkins 
were all that saved the game from being lost and 
kept the Smithies in the top position. Following 
his example were Slysz with 11 goals, Kempisty 
10, D. Rudy 8, R. Rudy 6, Burnickas 4, Mullins 
3, and Burke 1. 



Co -captains Marty 
Wilkes & Dave Rudy 





R. Omasta 



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B. Burke 




"Now listen here! 



D. Rudy 





J. Rogalewski 



"Boys, make them tight enough' 



F. Kempisty 




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ROW 1: J. Beattie, W. 
Celatka, M. Wilkes, 
C. Symanski, F. Go- 
dek. ROW 2: C. Ko- 
valsi, J. Mullins, C. 
Ostrowski, D. Snook, 
Coach Moczulewski. 




Co -captains Charlie Symanski 
and Marty Wilkes. 



'Where did it go?' 



Varsity tie for second 



Under the guidance of Coach 
Maxwell Moczulewski, the Smith 
Academy varsity basketball team 
had enjoyed a favorable season. 
The overall record of the team 
was sixteen wins and five defeats, 
but the record does not tell the 
full story . The team played some 
tough games, but the spirit was 
high and was often the deciding 
factor. 

With Wilkes and Symanski in 
the backcourt.Godek as therug- 
ged rebounding center, and Ce- 
latka and Beattie as forwards, 
Smith Academy had one of the 



hardest fighting teams in the 
Hampshire League. 

Smith Academy finished the 
season by placing second in the 
Hampshire League. But to the 
dismay of all, the team suffered 
a defeat to Wahconah Regional 
in the first game at the Small 
School Tournament in Amherst. 

All agree that the team and 
Coach Moczulewski had a good 
basketball year, and that they 
should be regarded as one of the 
finer basketball teams that Smith 
Academy has had in the past years. 




Briefing the squad 





M. Wilkes 



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"Take it away' 





J. Beattie 




J. Mullins 





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ROW 1: E. Deres, J. 
Rabat, B. Michajluk, 
Coach Siano, M. Roga- 
leski, M. Wilkes, M. 
Dickinson. ROW 2: M. 
Romance, B. Wendlow- 
ski, B. Ryan, A. Lyman, 
G. Fitzgerald, L. 
Kempisty. 




Captain Mary Pat Rogaleski 



Coach Siano 



VARSITY TEAM 



Girls form two teams 



This year, due to a large turnout, two girls' basketball teams 
were formed under the supervision of Mrs. Siano. The varsity team 
played eleven games this season while the junior varsity team 
played five. Although it was not a winning season, the players 
never lacked spirit and determination. They fought to the bitter 
end and never lost hope whether in victory or defeat. The most 
exciting game was an eleven point victory over the Northampton 
School for Girls. In that game and others, Coach Siano could rely 
on her players to do their best. Manager Mary Ann Romance did 
a creditable job. 




JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM 



ROW 1: D. Punska, P. 
Cantwell, S. Maslanka, 
Coach Siano, M. Mali- 
nowski, D. Donnis. ROW 
2: M. Goclowski, K. Go- 
dek, J. Maslanka, K. 
Maricle, M. Romance. 




ROW 1: R. Burke, F. 
Glenowicz, T. Burnic- 
kas, W. Hoffman, M. 
Cechvala, Coach An- 
drews. ROW 2: J.Ka- 
bat, P. Jagodzinski, 
R. Symanski, S. Brus- 
coe, W. Byrnes, S. 
Malinowski. 




J. V/s have good season 



Captain Symanski 



Under the direction of Mr. 
Andrews, the Junior Varsity 
basketball team had a good 
season. The team's record at 
the end of an eighteen game 
schedule was nine wins and nine 
losses. 

Considering the loss of many 
players throughout the year, the 
team still had a successful sea- 
son. Another factor was that 
some of the regulars could only 
play half the game as they also 
dressed for the Varsity. 



Whether they won or lost, 
the team still played each game 
with a great deal of spirit and 
determ ination . Much praise w as 
given to Coach Andrews for his 
excellent coaching of these 
green but eager players. The 
outlook for the Varsity team 
next year will be extremely 
good because of the fine crop 
of J.V. players who will have 
to fill the shoes of the players 
lost by graduation. 



"Get that rebound" 




"Get in there and fight" 



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Jeanne Zembiski, Pa- 
tricia Cahill, Joanne 
Zembiski, Helen Si- 
korski, Barbara Yar- 
rows, Clare Pickett, 
Margaret Yanginski. 



Cheerleaders rouse fans — 



The Smith Academy cheer- 
leaders, uniformed in purple 
and white corduroy jumpers, 
proudly led the numerous fans 
in cheers, as the boys finished 
in a hard-earned second place 
tie in the Hampshire League. 
The junior varsity squad con- 
sisted of three newcomers, Pa- 
tricia Cahill, Helen Sikorski, 
and Margaret Yanginski. The 
varsity quad was composed of 
all veterans, Clare Pickett, 
Barbara Yarrows, and Jeanne 



"Cheer the team! ! " 



and Joanne Zembiski. As in 
previous years, the two squads 
combined units for most of their 
peppy cheers. Using precision, 
pep, and loud voices, the girls 
practiced regularly throughout 
the season. 

Although the girls did not 
enter any of the cheerleader's 
tournaments, everyone at S.A. 
was proud of them. All seven 
cheerleaders would like to 
thank Mrs. Muller, their advisor. 



Captain Clare Pickett 




"The Lineup' 



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ROW 1: R. Santoni, J. Mullins, W. Burke, M. 
Cahill, F. Godek, C. Symanski, M. Wilkes, F. 
Kempisty, R. Slysz. ROW 2: Mgr. R. Gore, Mgr. 



S. Malinowski.Mgr. J. Rabat, R. Burke, H. Was- 
kiewicz, T. Burnickas, S. McKay, H. Skorupski, 
W. Byrne, Coach Symancyk. 



Baseball team plays twelve games 



This year things looked promising for the 
Smithies in baseball. With a loss of only one 
player the Falcons returned to the diamond with 
an experienced and eager team. The straight 
hitting coupled with the fine pitching of captains 
Marty Wilkes and Charlie Symanski doubled the 
team's strength. Despite bad weather which 
plagued the players at first they managed to end 
the season with a successful record. The sched- 
ule is: 



'Well boys, that's the way it goes! 




April 23 


-- Smith at Hopkins 


April 26 


--St. Michaels at Smith 


April 30 


-- Smith at Amherst 


May 3 -- 


Arms at Smith 


May 10 - 


- Pioneer at Smith 


May 14 • 


- Smith at Frontier 


May 17 - 


- Hopkins at Smith 


May 21 - 


- Smith at St. Michaels 


May 24 • 


- Amherst at Smith 


May 28 • 


•- Smith at Arms 


June 4 -- 


• Smith at Pioneer 


June 7 -- 


Frontier at Smith 



Decide, was it a fair or foul ball?' 



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'The Masked Marvel' 



"Hey! give me a lift to the 
outfield! " 




Surveying the situation. 



"Got to keep those pitchers warm! ! 




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ROW 1: J. Zembiski, Yarrows, Korza, P. Wilkes, 
L. Kempisty, S. Wilkes. ROW 2: M. Wilkes, 
Petrowicz, J. Kempisty, Zack, Mr. Naumowicz, 
Mrs. Pruzynski, Sikorski, Yanginski. ROW 3: B. 
Michajluk, Nartowicz.Kabat, Sliwoski, Pickett, 



Banas, K. Godek, Rogaleski, Deres, Skorupski, 
Symanski. ROW 4: Ryan, Herbert, Omasta, F. 
Godek, Jo. Zembiski, Dickinson, Tobacco, J. 
Michajluk, Wykowski, Snook. 



Paper Staff introduces changes 



The school paper staff held its first meeting 
late in September, under the direction of the two 
faculty advisors, Mrs. Margaret Pruzynski and 
Mr. John Naumowicz. The following officers 
were elected: 

Editor-in-chief: Connie Zack 

Assistant editors: Judy Kempisty 
Donald Sikorski 

Business manager: Betty Yanginski 

The Smith Academy "Echo" is printed in the 
school's commercial department and all produc- 



tion work is done by the paper's production staff. 
The writing of various articles is assigned to 
members of the staff who choose, at the begin- 
ning of the year, the area in which they wish to 
work. 

This year's staff produced four editions of the 
paper. New sections were added, including a 
reminiscent page containing excerpts from the 
school papers of several years ago. Another fea- 
ture was the special Washington trip section in 
the last issue. 



'Last minute rush! 





OFFICERS 



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ROW 1: Korza, Sliwoski, Banas, Zembiski, P. 
Wilkes, Kabat, Dickinson, Betsold, Zembiski, 
Yarrows. ROW 2: Sikorski, M. Wilkes, Pickett, 
Petrowicz, S.Wilkes, Mrs.Spakowski, Rogaleski, 
J. Kempisty, Yanginski, Zack, Symanski, Pet- 
rick. ROW 3: Ryan, Michajluk, Skorupski, Mas- 



lanka, Romance, Poole, Maciorowski, K.Godek. 
L. Kempisty, Nartowicz, Tobacco, Burke. ROW 
4: Hebert, Omasta, Celatka, F. Godek, Kulesza, 
J. Michajluk, Cechvala, Burnickas, Petcen, 
Snook, Wykowski. 



Yearbook Staff produces modified book 



The yearbook staff met early in September 
under the direction of Mrs. Mary Spakowski, fac- 
ulty advisor. The following officers were elected 
to serve for the coming year: 

Editor-in-chief: Mary Rogalenski 
Assistant editors: Constance Zack 

Charles Symanski 
Business manager: Judy Kempisty 
Asst. bus. manager: Betty Yanginski 
The staff, hoping to improve the quality of 
the yearbook, chose the American Yearbook 



Company as publisher. Everyone worked dili- 
gently throughout the year gathering money, 
material, and new ideas. Several changes have 
been made in the lay-out of the yearbook. Short 
write-ups and several pictures on each page have 
improved the balance and appearance of the 
book. 

The staff wishes to thank all who helped sup- 
port the 1962 "Echo" and hopes that its new 
style meets with the approval of all its readers. 




"Let's get organized! 



OFFICERS 



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GIRLS' GLEE CLUB 



Two glee clubs are formed this year 



VOICE CLASS 




The Smith Academy Glee Club, under the direction of 
Mrs. Esther Norris, enjoyed a pleasant and eventful musical 
season. A successful all male glee club was formed this 
year for the first time. Adding this new group to the com- 
bined forces of the girls' glee club and the voice class, 
gave Smith Academy new musical strength. 

On December 15, the Smith Academy group, together 
with the primary and elementary choruses, presented the 
annual Christmas program. Later in the year, all musical 
groups again joined voices to present the spring concert. 



BOYS' GLEE CLUB 




ROW 1: G. Fitzgerald, 
J. Zembiski, P. Wilkes, 
M. Romance, Mr. 
Naumowicz, Advisor; 
C. Maciorowski, J. 
Maslanka, B. Yangin- 
ski, C. Zack, K. 
Poole. 




CREATIVE WRITING CLUB 



New organizations formed this year 



This year, under the direction of Mr. John 
Naumowicz; the Creative Writing Club was 
formed. This organization met to discuss various 
trends in literature. The primary objective of 
the club was to promote individual interest in 
the field of writing. In addition to studying vari- 
ous authors and their style of writing, the mem- 
bers of the Creative Writing Club worked to 
develop their own particular style by writing 
short stories and poetry. Some of their work was 
entered in contests. 



Two discussion clubs were formed this year 
at Smith Academy, one a general discussion 
group, supervised by Mr. John Naumowicz and 
the other a science discussion club, under the 
direction of Mr. Leonard Yarrows. The object of 
these organizations was to promote student in- 
terest in various subjects, either of a general or 
a scientific nature. They also served to increase 
the students' oral expression and their ability to 
reason and discuss. Meetings, held once a week, 
were attended by large numbers of students. 



DISCUSSION CLUB 




ROW 1: M. Dickinson, E. Deres, 
J. Kabat, Mr. Yarrows, Advisor; 
Mr. Naumowicz, Advisor; R. 
Petrick, P. Wykowski, D. Pet- 
cen, ROW 2: E. Korza, C. 
Symanski, D. Sikorski, F. Go- 
dek, R. Tobacco, J. Kempisty, 
M. Rogaleski, J. Zembiski, P. 
Wilkes, B. Yanginski, C. Zack, 
M. Cahill, M. Wilkes, D. 
Snook. 




Prize Speaking held on April 14, 1961 



MEMORIAL TOWN HALL 



APRIL 14, 1961 



1st LATER 

1st HOW CAN A PERSON NOT BE FRENCH? 

2nd THE BOY WHO GAVE HIS LIFE 

2nd DON'T RAISE YOUR SON WITHOUT A CADILLAC 

3rd THE STAR 

3rd ANYBODY WANT A $2300 DOG? 

4th THRUSH 

4th A MOST UNFORGETTABLE CHARACTER 

4th MR. FORD'S WIFE IS DIFFERENT 

4th BIG PARADE 



PROGRAM 




SPEAKERS 


AUTHORS 


Clare Pickett 


Foster 


Charles Symanski 


Daninos 


Marie Madewell 


Sanderson 


ADILLAC William Burke 


Triggens 


Judith Kempisty 


Gorden 


Paul Wykowski 


Roos 


Mary Pat Rogaleski 


Anonymous 


Sally Wilkes 


Van Til 


John Ryan 


Ford 


Martin Wilkes 


Carti 



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"An Evening in Paris" 



The Hatfield Town Hall was transformed into 
a romantic Paris scene on Friday, June 2, 1961, 
the date of the junior prom. "Evening in Paris," 
the theme of the prom was elaborately carried 
out in colorful decorations. 

In the center of the hall stood a life like rep- 
lica of Paris' Eiffel Tower, a wooden structure 
which towered over the dancing couples. At the 
base of this replica was a colorful garden of 
blossoming pink azaleas and tiny shrublike trees. 
Tiny sidewalk cafes lined both sides of the hall 
and added to the French theme. The tables in 
the cafes were covered with red and white 
checked tablecloths and on each was an authen- 
tic Chiante bottle holding a dripping candle. 
Blue and white overhead awnings sloped from 
the brick walls and provided a ceiling for the 
cafe tables. Flowering spring blossoms also 
adorned the many entrances to the sidewalk 
cafe, which was set off from the dance floor by 
tiny stone ledges. Deep blue crepe paper, draped 
across the hall overhead, formed a beautiful sky 
which was filled with shining silver stars of as- 



sorted sizes. In one corner was a tiny lily pond, 
set in a field of green grasses and complete with 
green colored water and lovely spring flowers. 
At the end of the hall was a soft green stairway, 
leading up to the queen's throne which was a 
beautiful white chair of Venetian design. A large 
silver star hung directly above the throne area. 
At the base of the green stairway stood a red and 
white Parisian flower cart filled with various 
colored spring blossoms. 

Soon the long awaited hour drew near and the 
traditional grand march, directed byMr.Syman- 
cyk and Mrs. Muller began. There was a hush 
throughout the hall as the most important mo- 
ment of the night arrived and Mary PatRogaleski 
was crowned queen by Superintendent John A. 
Skarzynski. Her court was composed of four 
lovely girls: Carol Maslanka, Barbara Yarrows, 
Maureen Molloy, and Clare Pickett. As the end 
of the evening drew near, all couples were re- 
luctant to leave the romantic scene and were 
never likely to forget their marvelous "Evening 
in Paris." 



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ROW 1: B. Korza, S. Nartowicz, J. Zembiski, J. 
Kabat, C. Skorupski, B. Yarrows, E. Deres, R. 
Thayer. ROW 2: S. Maslanka, H. Paniczko, J. 
Zembiski, P. Wilkes, B. Michajluk, A. Karakula, 



M. Dickinson, Mr. Skarzynski. ROW 3: W. Byrne, 
R. Rudy, R. Slysz, M. Cahill, F. Godek, S.Brus- 
coe, C. Osepowicz, S. Celatka, E. Korza. 



Many take advantage of Driver Ed. 



The driver education program was again of- 
fered to students of Smith Academy. Early in the 
year, twenty -six students enrolled in the course 
through which a certificate, which would lower 
the insurance rate, was received. 

Classes were held daily under the supervision 
of Mr. Skarzynski. Lectures, discussions, and 
films on driving were the predominant part of 
all classes. As soon as a student became sixteen, 



he was able to take the wheel of the driver ed. 
car. Mr. Brad McGrath taught this phase of the 
course. Students had to observe others drive, as 
well as drive themselves. Driver ed. classes were 
held during study halls and on -the -road driving 
after school hours . By taking this course, students 
learned the fundamentals of driving and also 
were able to understand the necessity of good, 
careful driving. 




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R0W1: Skorupski, Zembiski, Wilkes, Kempisty, 
Zack, Banas, ROW 2: Pickett, Symanski, Mr. 
Naumowicz, Ryan, Wilkes, Kempisty. ROW 3: 
Korza, Zembiski, Betsold, Deres, Yanginski, Ro- 



galeski, Sliwoski, Kabat. ROW 4: Beattie, Ce- 
chuala, Tobacco, Nartowicz, Dickinson, Petrick, 
Sikorski, Snook. 



Thespians produce successful play 



In October, the Smith Academy Thespian So- 
ciety, under the direction of Mr. John Naumo- 
wicz, elected the following officers: President, 
John Ryan; Vice-president, Charles Symanski; 
Secretary -treasurer, Clare Pickett; stage mana- 
ger, Frank Kempisty. 

On November 10, "The Boarding House 
Reach," a comedy, was presented. The leading 
role, Wilbur, was played by Frank Kempisty. The 
rest of the well-balanced cast were as follows: 
Betty Lou, Wilbur's older sister, Clare Pickett; 
Connie, an older sister, Peggy Wilkes; Hercules 




Nelson, a loyal friend, Michael Cechvala; Mrs. 
Maxwell, the mother, Jean Zembiski; Mr. Max- 
well, the father, John Ryan; Limpy McGuire, a 
rough-looking house guest, Charles Symanski; 
Nora, his wife, Betty Yanginski; Herman "Ninety- 
Volt" Jones, Richard Tobacco; Rough- House Ruby, 
his wife, Mary Dickinson; Bernadine Smith, Betty 
Lou's girl friend, Connie Zack; Aunt Mary, Mrs. 
Maxwell's aunt, Mary Pat Rogaleski; Mr. Potter, 
a personable insurance man, Martin Wilkes; 
Lucy Burns, virtual walking encyclopedia, Joanne 
Zembiski; Mrs. Mott, a little old lady, Judy 
Kempisty; Connolly, a rough and tough plain- 
clothes man, John Beattie. 

The comedy was well -received by an audi- 
ence which filled the Town Hall to overflowing. 
All the parts were very well done. Proceeds of 
homemade candy sold during the acts and play 
went towards the Washington Trip. 



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The Boarding 







House Reach" 





ROW 1: C. Symanski, 
M. Rogaleski, Mr. 
Skarzynski, J. Zem- 
biski. ROW 2: M. 
Romance, D. Sikorski, 
D. Snook. 



Student Council sponsors new events 



OFFICERS 




The organization meeting of the Student Council 
was held in September under the supervision of John 
Skarzynski, advisor, and the following officers were 
elected: 

President: Mary Rogaleski 

Vice President: Charles Symanski 

Secretary -Treasurer: Jeanne Zembiski 

The other members were Don Sikorski, Dan Snook, 
Robert Santoni, and Mary Ann Romance. 

The Student Council arranged several assemblies 
for the purpose of showing movies or having guest 
speakers . 

It was talked of having Student Tickets for the 
purpose of encouraging students to attend school ac- 
tivities, but it was rejected. 

The main accomplishment of the Student Council 
this year was the induction of the Student Patrol. Its 
main function was to see that all school rules were 
obeyed . 



MARSHALS 



ROW 1: M. Wilkes, C. 
Symanski, D. Sikorski, 
R. Petrick. ROW 2: R. 
Santoni, W. Celatka, 
F. Godek, J. Michajluk, 
D. Snook. 




ROW 1: J. Zembiski, 
C. Zack, Mr. Naumo- 
wicz, Mrs. Muller, E. 
Yanginski, M. Wilkes. 
ROW 2: M. Cahill, S. 
Wilkes, B. Yarrows, B. 
Michajluk, J. Kabat, 
M. Rogaleski, F. Godek. 




Pro Merito Society boasts new members 



The Smith Academy pro merito society held its 
first meeting of the year early in October, under the 
supervision of the society's advisors, Mrs. Muller and 
Mr. Naumowicz. Officers were elected and plans for 
the coming year were discussed. 

To be eligible for membership, students must 
maintain a cumulative average of 85 or better. As of 
January, 1962, the society boasted twenty members 
from the respective classes. 

Pro merito students have certain responsibilities 
and privileges. They are obliged to take over classes 
and study halls when the regular teacher is absent and 
they wear a gold, rather than white, tassel on their 
caps at graduation. Members also receive a special 
pro merito pin at the graduation exercises. 



'Study hard to get those A's! 




OFFICERS 




Mrs. Muller . . .Advisor 
J. Zembiski . . . Treas. 
M. Wilkes . . .President 
C. Zack . . .Vice-Pres. 
E. Yanginski . . . Sec. 
Mr. Naumowicz . . 

Advisor 



Some Habits . . . Hobbies. 




"Are you absolutely positive now?" 



"Boy, am I hungry! 



'Angels from heaven?" 




"That good old 8th grade trip." 








. . . and Activities ♦ . . of • . . 




'And this will be the LAST New York trip! 



"Don't drop it!" 




"I should have danced all night" 




"Where 'd everybody go" 




"Big Four' 




"What me worry -- I read Mad! 
HI 



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Smith Academy Students . . • 





"Who turned on those lights?" 
'That wind blown look" "The ups and downs of basketball." 



"What do I do now?' 




'Who stole my brownie?' 
"Busy?" 





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Model Congress Representatives 
John Beattie 
Danny Snook 
Jeanne Zembiski 
Bob Petrick 




Martin Wilkes 
Good Gov't. Day 



Mary Pat Rogaleski 
D.A.R. Award 





Student Representatives 



This year various representa- 
tives were chosen to represent 
Smith Academy. Four students 
attended the Model Congress 
Sessions in Springfield on March 
30 and 31. These students were 
selected by the Student Council 
members who sponsored this ac- 
tivity. 

After a lively campaign, 
Martin Wilkes was selected to 
represent Smith Academy at the 



Good Government Day in Boston 
on April 6. The state government 
was run by the students for that 
day. 

Mary Pat Rogaleski was se- 
lected as the D.A.R. girl by 
members of the faculty. 

Mary Pat Rogaleski and Mar- 
tin Wilkes attended Girls' and 
Boys' State respectively. They 
were sponsored by the American 
Legion . 



Girls' and Boys' State delegates 
Mary Pat Rogaleski 
Martin Wilkes 




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Seniors Spend Spring 




Tuesday, April 17 -- Thefirstday of our long-awaited trip dawned 
sunny and beautiful. At 9:35 a.m., our group and the group from 
Hopkins boarded the train which took us to the Springfield station 
where we joined the seniors from Chester. The rest of the morning 
was spent traveling to New York City. Dining in the train's grill 
car enroute to New York proved to be an aggravating experience. 
At 1:35 we arrived at Grand Central Station and left immediately 
for a guide-conducted tour of the United Nations building. 
There we learned of the history and aims of the United Nation. 
The buses then took us to the Taft Hotel where we had an hour 
to rest and prepare for dinner. The group dined at Maisel's Res- 
taurant. After the meal, we attended the beautiful and impressive 
Easter Show at Radio City Music Hall including a sensational per- 
formance given by theRockettes, who were elaborately costumed. 
Very little free time was left to the students after the show. How- 
ever, much excitement occurred that evening -- parties and more 
parties. 

Wednesday, April 18 -- Everybody was aroused early Wednesday 
morning, eager to begin the second day of the trip. We ate break- 
fast at our own expense at nearby cafeterias and then assembled 
for a 9:30 departurefrom Pennsylvania Station to Baltimore, Mary- 
land. We arrived at Baltimore early in the afternoon and boarded 
motor coaches which took us on a tour of the city. We then pro- 
ceeded to Washington, D.C., stopping enroute at the beautiful 
Franciscan Monastery and the impressive Shrine of the Immaculate 
Conception. At the Monastery we walked thru the replicas of the 
Catacombs, saw a replica of the tomb of Christ, and one of the man- 
ger. The Shrine had very beautiful Mosaics and the building itself 
was breath-taking. Upon our arrival in the City of Washington, we 
went to the Annapolis Hotel, our home for the next three days, where 
rooms were assigned. Following dinner in the hotel dining room, the 
evening was free until 11:00, which was our curfew. Some of the stu- 
dents toured Washington during the evening and a number of them 
made surprising discoveries, finding pizza houses, excellent dining 
places, and ??? 

Thursday, April 19 -- The whole of Thursday was spent touring the 
many interesting and historical sights in Washington. The first stop 
was the Bureau of Engraving and Printing where we witnessed the 
actual printing of U.S. paper currency. The next stop was at the Ar- 
chives Building, where the original copies of the Bill of Rights, Dec- 
laration of Independence, and Constitution are preserved. From 
the Archives Building, we went to the Smithsonian Institute where 



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Vacation in Washington, D-C 



we spent two fascinating hours viewing the many exhibits. Among 
the most impressive items were the Spirit of St. Louis, the plane in 
which Lindbergh crossed the Atlantic in 1927, the inaugural gowns 
of all the presidents' wives, from Martha Washington to Mamie 
Eisenhower, the Hope Diamond, Glenn's capsule, and various other 
impressive articles. In the afternoon, we took a guided tour of the 
United States Capitol, followed by a stop at the Supreme Court 
Building. Our next stop was the Washington Monument. Most of us 
made the long climb to the top which offered us a breath-taking 
view of the beautifully-constructed city of Washington. Following 
dinner at the hotel, the busses took us to Jefferson and Lincoln 
Memorials, both of which were even more impressive at night, 
with the lights from the city casting a glow about them. The re- 
mainder of the night was free and everyone went their own way. 



Friday, April 20 -- Everyone arose a little less cheerfully Friday 
morning, due to the lack of sleep the night before. After break- 
fast, we made the long-awaited tour of the White House. The line 
of tourists waiting to enter the mansion was nearly two blocks long 
and caused many of us to remain on the bus, but those that made 
the tour were very much impressed with the beauty and elegance of 
the president's home. The remainder of the morning was spent 
visiting the massive Washington Cathedral and the Washington Zoo 
in Rock Creek Park. Following luncheon, the buses took us across 
the Potomac River to the Arlington National Cemetery where we 
viewed the famous Iwo Jima Statue. We were all impressed by, the 
great dimensions of this war memorial. Here also, we witnessed the 
ceremony of the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknown 
Soldier. Wevisited the beautiful home of George and Martha Wash- 
ington where we viewed the elaborate interior of the home, the 
lovely gardens, and the tombs of the famous residents. We then re- 
turned to the hotel for dinner and had the rest of the evening free 
in the now-familiar city. 



Saturday, April 21 -- Saturday, the last day of our trip, we began the 
long, tiring journey home. We left Union Station in Washington at 
10:00 a.m. and arrived in New York at 1:50. In New York, we took a 
bus tour of lower Manhattan, stopping briefly in Chinatown where 
everyone purchased souvenirs. The bus tour ended at Grand Central 
Station where we had dinner. We left Grand Central at 5:04 and 
arrived in Northampton at 8:40, exhausted and a little relieved to 
return home. The impressive tour will always be remembered by us. 




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"I think I missed ! 



"The typical hotel room." 






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'Could we make the Rockettes?" 



"We're rooming together?' 




"Did I hear you correctly?' 



'What! We just hit the sack! 




"****< 




'What did you say you did last night?' 




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Senior Class Banquet Held at Williams House 

on June 7 








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Class Day Events Held on June 14 








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Graduation Program 



HATFIELD MEMORIAL TOWN HALL 



JUNE 15, 1962 



PROCESSIONAL 

THE NATIONAL ANTHEM 

INVOCATION 

STUDENT SPEAKERS 

Knowledge and 

The American Way of Life 

Its Importance in Society 

The Future of America 



MUSIC 



ONWARD, YE PEOPLES 
CLIMB EVERY MOUNTAIN 



Rev. Allen Gates 



Mary Patricia Rogaleski 



Constance Zack 



Elizabeth Yanginski 



Glee Club 



YOU'LL NEVER WALK ALONE 



ADDRESS 



ANNOUNCEMENTS OF AWARDS 



PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS 



Voice Class 

Mr. William R. Barry 
Superintendent of Schools 
Northampton, Massachusetts 

Mr. John A. Skarzynski 
Superintendent of Schools 
Hatfield , Massachusetts 

Mr. William H. Dickinson 
President of the Board of Trustees 



CLASS SONG 
BENEDICTION 



THE HALLS OF IVY 



Rev. Xavier A. Baranowski 



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Graduation Awards 



PRO MERITO PINS Mary P. Rogaleski, Martin D. J. Wilkes, Sally 

A. Wilkes, Elizabeth L. Yanginsi, Constance 
M. Zack 

HATFIELD LEGION AWARD, ORATORY MEDAL, AND U.S. SAVINGS BOND 

Frank Godek 

CRISCO AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN HOME ECONOMICS 

Barbara Admanski 
BETTY CROCKER AWARD PRESENTED BY GENERAL MILLS FOR HIGHEST GRADE IN TEST 
IN HOME ECONOMICS Clare Pickett 

HATFIELD BOOK CLUB ANNUAL LITERARY AWARD 

Elizabeth Yanginski 

D.A.R. AWARD FOR QUALITIES OF DEPENDABILITY, LEADERSHIP, SERVICE, AND PATRIOTISM 

Mary P. Rogaleski 

VALEDICTORIAN MEDALLION Elizabeth Yanginski 

SALUTATORIAN MEDALLION Mary Rogaleski 

THIRD HONORS MEDALLION Constance Zack 

GIRLS' AND BOYS' ACTIVITIES MEDALLIONS Mary Rogaleski, Martin Wilkes 

GIRLS' AND BOYS' ATHLETIC MEDALLIONS Mary Rogaleski, Martin Wilkes 

JOURNALISM MEDALLION Elizabeth Yanginski 

ALL-AROUND STUDENT Charles Symanski 

DANFORTH LEADERSHIP AWARDS FOR RECOGNITION OF OUTSTANDING QUALITIES OF 
LEADERSHIP Mary Rogaleski, Martin Wilkes 

LIONS CLUB AWARD TO FURTHER EDUCATION Charles Symanski 

WOMEN'S ENDEAVOR SOCIETY AWARD FOR THE STUDENT WHO CONTRIBUTED MOST BY 
HER MANNER AND SPEECH Sally Wilkes 

M. LARKIN PROULX AWARD TO BOY WHO CONTRIBUTED MOST TO SMITH ACADEMY 

Martin Wilkes 

WOMEN'S CLUB OF THE HOLY TRINITY CATHOLIC CHURCH AWARD TO THE TOP 
COMMERCIAL STUDENT Clare Pickett 

THE PARENT -TEACHERS COUNCIL AWARD FOR PROFICIENCY AND PROGRESS IN HISTORY 

Elizabeth Yanginski, Robert Petrick 

RENSSELAER ALUMNI AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING WORK IN MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE 

David Rudy 



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Patrons 



Mr. and Mrs. James Tierney 

Stanley Malinowski 

Mr. and Mrs. Chester Santoni 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Malinowski 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Vollenger 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Parry 

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Osley 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A. Labbee 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Cahill 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Breor 

Miss Shirley Niksa 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kirejczyk 

Mr. Gordon Woodward 

Mr. Charles Eberlein 

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Celatka 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wanczyk 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Porada 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Petcen 

Mr. and Mrs. William Boyle 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cernak 

Miss Janet Balise 

Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Boyle 

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wilkes Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. John Sheehan 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kirkpatrick 

Mr. and Mrs. John Hart 

Mr. and Mrs. Louise Kubilis 

Mr. and Mrs. George Omasta 

Mr. and Mrs. E. Dickinson 

Mr. and Mrs. Steven V. Vachula 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thayer 

Mary and Margaret P. Ryan 

Edward Symanski 

Mrs. James J. Fitzgerald 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kuzontkowski 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Belden 

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Stota 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kubosiak 



Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Jones 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Novak 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Maciorowski 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Osley 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Novak 

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Von Flatern 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Godek 

Mr. and Mrs. John Jablonski 

Mary Malinowski 

Marcia Goclowski 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wendlowski 

Mr. and Mrs. William Podmayer 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Ryan 

Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Kempisty 

Mrs. Lucy Barschenski 

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Proulx 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Proulx 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hojnoski 

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Shaw 

Mr. and Mrs. William Betsold 

Henry Betsold 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Michajluk 

Mr. and Mrs. William D. Larson 

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Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Skoczylas 

Frank Wilkes 

E. C. Makowski 

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Mr. and Mrs. John Widelo 

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Baceski 

J. A. Mielczko 

Bernard Slowikowski 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Malinowski Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. William Symanski 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Potyrala 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wykowski 

Edward Holhut 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Blyda 



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Patrons 



Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Barstow 

Mr. and Mrs. John Cantwell 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Flynn 

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Edwards 

Mr. John J. Faczcza 

George M. Deinlein 

Ziggy Jaworski 

William Korza 

Joseph Szych 

Michael Yanginski 

Mrs. T. Englehardt 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Russell 

Eileen Bruscoe 

Mr. and Mrs. James Mullins 

Frank J. Betsold 

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Doppman 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Osley 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Talenda 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Romance 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Kowalski 

Mr. and Mrs. George Goller 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Filipek 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Sliwoski 

Stanley Rogaleski 

Thomas Mullany 

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bye 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pickett 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baceski 

Frank Puchalski 

Mr. and Mrs. John Brennan 

Mr. Stanley Symanski 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baillargeon 

Edward I. Goll 

Mr. and Mrs. William Wilkes 

Doris McLeod 

Frank Zawacki 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Heinzmann 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Petrowicz 



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Mr. and Mrs. John Fortch 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Denn 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Omasta 

Mr. and Mrs. Karol Gruszczynski 

Paul A. Lintre 

Tiny and Helen Kugler 

Bonnie Zima 

Mrs. Edward Majesky 

A Friend 

Mr. and Mrs. John Holhut Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. William Olszewski 

Butler and Ullman's Florist 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Labbee and Paul 

Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Belden and family 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Symanski 

A Newcomer in Hatfield 

Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Watson 

Miss Hazel Powers 

John G. Steinglein Jr. 

Robert L. Sawiski 

Mr. and Mrs. A. Cary Bordreau 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Belden 

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A Friend 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vollinger 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Roberts 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chicanowicz 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harubin 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Yagodzinski 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Maciorowski 

Mrs. Anna Sadowski 

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Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Proulx 

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of 

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Your class ring is your most treasured possession 



$»M 



ED CULLEN 
79 Perkins Street Springfield, Mass, 



HIGHWAY GAKAGE 

Complete trucking and automotive repair service 
ff^BV^ NORTH HATFIELD 

^/lAUTON REPAIRS CH 7-4511 




RUSSELL'S SAA/DW/CM SHOP 

FOOD at its best 
"From a snack to a meal" 
CHestnut 7-5071 



a}ffl£CTltljr RIYEH STOCK FAW 



HOME OF: 

ADIOS FOREVER 2:03 

JACK FLANAGAN 2:01 

RHAPSODY 2:06 



frames batteries 

lenses hearing aids 

magnifiers contact supplies 

DONALD ,5. CALL - (LPHC/AN 

"eye wear for every occasion" 
56 Main Street ALpine 3-7002 Amherst, Mass 



BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '62 
From Your Yearbook Photographer 

MUtf£ 5T(Jdfd 

Photographers 
HENRY HERMAN 



213 Main Street 



Northampton, Mass, 



Compliments of 



Northampton 




Massachusetts 



JUstice 4-3590 



TIONEEK B0WLIN6 CEHUE 

Alfo 

300 CLUB , IHC. 

Route 5 Hatfield 

Henry Kulesza, Prop. 



JMPAKSONS MD SMS, INC. 



PARTS 



FARM MACHINERY 



75 North King Street 




SERVICE 



FARM SUPPLY 



No r thampton 



Compliments 

of 

LEADER 
BOWLING ALLEY 



THE SPECIALTY 
GIFT 
& 
CARD SHOP 

Hallmark Cards 

98 No. Pleasant Street 
Amherst, Mass. 



Compliments 

of 
A FRIEND 



Compliments 

of 

THE SENIOR CLASS 



tuvbton r H 5 at£ield 

SERVICE & INSTALLATION 

CH 7-5512 

Exclusive Emerson 

J. A. M. 
TELEVISION SERVICE 



Compliments 
of 
HATFIELD LIQUORS 
Prospect Street Hatfield 



Compliments 
of 
LABBEE OIL COMPANY 
Charles Labbee 
Linseed Road West Hatfield 



THE JENNY LIND MOTELS 



NORTHAMPTON FROZEN FOOD 
LOCKER COMPANY 

29 Hawley Street 

Northampton Mass. 



Superior 
Courts 



HSxS 



Duncan 
Hines 



Route U. S. No. 5 h 
College Highway 



West Hatfield 



Mass 



Compliments 
of 
FATHER BARANOWSKI 


THE SPORTSMAN'S MOTEL 

"Four miles north of Northampton" 

Routes 5 and 10 West Hatfield 

CHestnut 7-2771 


Compliments of 
B & B RESTAURANT 
Prospect Street 
Hatfield, Mass. 


BRADSTREET CAFE 

Scallops, Fried Clams, 
Steamed Clams 

Bradstreet 
Hatfield, Mass. 


Compliments 

of 

HATFIELD BEVERAGE 

Beer and Wine 

Call for deliveries CH 7-2021 


\^tY771 TONY'S 
r^M^M^i SERVICE STATION 

nwf 

^^^zJlAXr 1 Maple Street 
\H >r R^^h^ Hatfield, Mass. 


K & L SERVICE 
Prospect Street 
Hatfield, Mass. 

fjfj CHestnut 7-5057 


Compliments 

of 

HARUBIN'S SERVICE STATION 

General Repairs 
North Hatfield 



Compliments of 
EDWARD MALINOWSKI 

Mason Contractor 
West Street 
West Hatfield 




Compli ments 
of 
MARTIN W. HOLICH 



Best of Luck 
to the Class of '62 
NORTH HATFIELD CLUB 
Walter Dulaski, Manager 
Fireplaces ----- Picnic Grounds 




West Street 

West Hatfield 

CHestnut 7-5117 



EASTERN AUTO BODY 
SPECIALTY COMPANY 

Robert Goller 



Clover Farm 
Stores 



Groceries 
Vegetables 
Beer &: Wines 
Hatfield Clover Farm Market 
Myron J. Sikorski, Proprietor 
Prospect Street Hatfield 




CH 7-5019 

Maple Street 

Hatfield, Mass. 



ROBERTS BROTHERS 
POULTRY FARM 

Native Poultry Eggs 




CHestnut 7-2781 



DONNIS LUMBER COMPANY, INC. 

"Everything for the Builder and 
Home Owner" 



Elm Street 



Hatfield 



HAMPSHIRE COUNTY 
REALTY AGENCY 

Frank and Larue Woodward 

Realtors 

Main Street Hatfield 

and 
35 King Street Northampton 



Compliments of 
ED'S FOODLAND, INC. 
"The Store That Gives You More" 
Easthampton, Massachusetts 



Compliments of 
PALL MEL STEAK HOUSE 



Rtes. 5 & 10 
Whately, Mass. 
NOrmandy 5-9651 




Compliments of 
ZENAN J. BARSH 
Mason Contractor 
Dwight Street Hatfield 

Tel. CHestnut7-4111 



ALEXANDER W. BOROWSKI & CO. 

Insurance -- Real Estate 

88 King Street 

Northampton, Massachusetts 

Tel. JUstice 4-5555 



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Compliments of 

DAILY HAMPSHIRE GAZETTE 

Established in 1786 

Armory Street 

Northampton, Massachusetts 



HATFIELD DRUG 

Prescriptions at Their Best 
Free Delivery Service 

E. M. Frodyma, B.S. 
Registered Pharmacist 

57 Main Street Hatfield 

Tel. CHestnut 7-5505 



Compliments of 

HADLEY MOTOR SALES 

Used Cars 

Chester Kulikowski 

Russell Street 
Hadley, Massachusetts 



LASALLE FLORISTS 
"Flowers Say Everything Better" 

;1. NOrmandy 5-45 27 
Rtes. 5 & 10 

Whately, Mass. 




•Best Wishes to the Class of '62' 

THE TRIPOD 
CAMERA SHOP, INC. 



Northampton 

and 
Amherst, Mass. 

Mort Alden 
Al Muller 




Compliments 

of 

KOLLMORGEN CORPORATION 

347 King Street 

Northampton, Massachusetts 



WHALEN'S 



*Texaco Gas 
•*Hy-Test Fuel Oil 



Northampton, Massachusetts 




NORTHAMPTON 
SPORTSMEN'S CENTER 

"A variety of sporting goods" 

104 Damon Road Northampton 

JUstice 4-5777 



Compliments 
of 

GRAVES EQUIPMENT, INC. 
"International Construction Equipment" 
306 King Street Northampton 



THE MUTUAL PLUMBING AND 
HEATING CO. 

Plumbing 

Oil Burner Repairing 

ALpine 3-3477 
63 So. Pleasant St. 
Amherst, Mass. 




Congratulations to the Class of '62 

from 

MORRISON OPTICIAN 

135 Main Street 
JU-4-4450 





"Best of Luck" 

WALLY'S 

4 Main Street 
Northampton, Mass. 

Wallace U. Puchalski 



Northampton 



Massachusetts 



For Good Schooling 

Smith Academy 

for 

Good Seafoods 

try 

JACK AUGUST'S 

Northampton 



THE PLEASANT MARKET, INC. 
Foods of the 
finest quality 




rthampton, 



McCALLUM'S 

Northampton's largest and 
only complete department store 



Open Mondays 
* Shop Daily 9:30-5:25 
Open Thursdays till 8:25 



Free Delivery Charge Accounts 



Compliments 
of 
CZELUSNIAK FUNERAL HOME 
17 3 North Street 
Northampton, Mass. 



FRED'S ESSO SERVICE STATION 
Fred LaMarche, Proprietor 



Gas g^ m , ^\ Washing 
Oil I CSSO) Polishing 

Tires ^ ^ ^^ Accessories 

Batteries ^^ m ^^ Lubrications 
JUstice 4-2494 
60 King Street Northampton 



HAMPSHIRE MOTOR SALES, INC. 

Lincoln Continental -- Comet -- 

Mercury 

Sports and Foreign Cars 

208 King Street Northampton 

JUstice 4-6207 



Compliments of 
PLUMB AUTO SUPPLY CO. 
King Street Northampton 

JUstice 4-1117 



/£H\l^L(^T^W ^ Sales & Service 

LABBEE CHEVROLET, INC. 

135 King Street 
Northampton, Massachusetts 



Compliments of 
S CHINE NORTHAMPTON INN 
and 
WIGGINS TAVERN 



THE MARY MARGUERITE 
TEA ROOM 

21 State Street 
No r th am pt on 



Luncheon served 
daily 




"CARLO OF NAPLES" 

45 State Street 
Northampton 




Compliments of 

ESQUIRE CLEANERS 

and 

LINEN SUPPLY 

35 State Street 

Northampton 



Compliments 

of 

MONTGOMERY WARD CATALOG 

12 Crafts Avenue 

Northampton 



Friends and Fashions 

meet at 

ANN AUGUST 

Main Street Northampton 



JOHN L. BANNER 
Insurance -- Real Estate 
78 Main Street 
Northampton 



Compliments 
of 

HAMPSHIRE SUPPLY 

King Street 
Northampton, Mass. 



LABBEE'S SERVICE STATION 



State Road 
West Hatfield 
JUstice 4-68 



John Labbee 
Proprietor 




AUCTION GALLERY OF 

PIONEER 
VALLEY 

54 Main Street 

Hatfield 

CHestnut 7-5022 




Compliments 
of 

NORTHAMPTON RADIATOR CO. 

346 King Street Northampton 

Tel. JU 4-2204 



WILLIAM H. DWYER, FLORIST 



"Corner of Main St. 
and Crafts Avenue" 

Tel. JUstice 4-3784 




Compliments 
of 

Maloney's Bakery 

Pleasant Street 

Northampton 



MANHAN 
POTATO CHIP CO. 

92 King Street 

Northampton 

JUstice 4-0972 



PLEASANT 
PHARMACY 




JU 4-0945 



88 Pleasant Street 
Northampton, Mass, 



NORTHAMPTON 

PLUMBING 

Hardware and 

Electrical Supplies 

285 King Street 

Northampton 

"The store with 

the yellow front" 



/f\ M-M-M! 
^^ BAKERY- 

%^-r FRESH 

xSLbread 



IMPERIAL BAKERY 

Pleasant Street 
Northampton 



Compliments 
of 

MUNSON 
AUTO SUPPLY 

Pleasant Street 
Northampton, Mass, 



Congratulations 
to the 
Class of '62 
BRENCHE JEWELERS 

Pleasant Street 
Northampton, Mass. 



Compliments 

of 

COHEN BROTHERS 

Main Street 

Northampton, Mass. 



Compliments of 

FURNITURE 

UPHOLSTERING 

SERVICE 





The Best In 

J^News 
>* Music 
■J^f Sports 
-A- Record Hops 

WHMP RADIO STATION 

'Your campus favorite station" 



FOSTER FARRAR CO. 

"Now two stores to 
serve you better" 

Northampton JU 4-8811 
Easthampton 2511 



"Hi" 

Come to 

TODD'S 

of Northampton 

for casuals. 



THE QUILL BOOKSHOP 

Green Street 
Northampton 




CARLSON'S 

Clothing for 
men and boys 

Main Street 
Northampton, Mass. 



H. L. CHILDS AND SON 

Painting and Paperhanging 
Contractors 

25 State Street 

Northampton 

JU 4-2604 



Better Groceries 




at 

BROWN'S MARKET 

State St. Northampton 



THE MARIMAC UNIFORM SHOP 

Everything for the women 
who work in white 

202 State Street 

Northampton, Mass. 

JU 6-0091 



LIZOTTE'S SMOKE SHOP 



All kinds of 
domestic and foreign 
cigarettes, cigars, tobaccos. 
We also repair pipes. 

Northampton, Mass. 



Best Wishes 
from 

PURSEGLOVES 

15 State St. 

Northampton 



Compliments of 



STOP AND SHOP 
and 
TOP VALUE STAMPS 



King Street Northampton 






Courtesy of 
NORTHAMPTON 
BARBER SHOP 




Quality 

Cleaning 

by 

FENTON CLEANERS 

King Street Northampton 
justice 4-0811 



Compliments of 



WE 

KNOW 

OUR 

OILr- 

AND GAS 
TOO! 





WE 
KNOW 
OUR 

OIL-( 

and GAS 
too! 

WARREN FUEL OIL COMPANY 



Compliments of 



ACME AUTO BODY AND '3> 
WHEEL ALIGNMENT, INC. 

j. Painting 
>< Refinishing 
Jy Wheel Alignment 



220 King St. 



Northampton 



GOULD FURNITURE CO. 

Home of Quality Furniture 

137 King Street 
Northampton 

JU 4-2671 




--Go Rambler-- 

BUCHHOLTZ 

RAMBLER 

COMPANY 

141 King Street 
Northampton 

justice 4-3237 



Bottled under the 
authority of the 

COCA-COLA CO. 

by the 
COCA-COLA 
BOTTLING CO. 
OF NORTHAMPTON 



CE CREAM 



Compliments 
of 

FLAVORLAND 



Courtesy 

of 

LYMAN INSURANCE AGENCY 

Sophie N. Janik 

103 Main St., Easthampton 

Tel. 771-W 



Compliments of 

A-Z EMPLOYMENT 

AND 

REAL ESTATE AGENCY 

100 Main St., Northampton 

JU 4-1987 



Compliments 
of 

I. E. FINE'S 
ARMY AND NAVY STORE 

Main Street 
Northampton, Mass. 



Best Wishes 

to the Class of '62 

from 

CAHILL & HODGES 

Men's Apparel 

Main St. Northampton 



For Men of Today and Tomorrow 
DANIEL'S 



16-18 Main Street 
Northampton 



Fine Clothing for 
Over Half a Century 



Compliments 
of 

MacDONALD-S SHOE STORE 

Main St. Northampton 

Tel. JU 4-2141 




can count 
on 
GREETINGS 



to have cards for all 
occasions. 



DEERFIELD PLASTICS CO., INC. 

Quality Custom Extruders of 
Polyethylene Flat Tubing 
and Sheeting 

271 Main St. South Deerfield 

Normandy 5-2145-6-7 



Main St. 



Northampton 



Compliments 
of 

POWDERPUFF SALON 

Elizabeth Karas, Proprietor 

South Deerfield, Mass. 



THE BAK CO. 

Wheel Alignment 
Balancing and Brake Service 




55 Damon Rd. 
Hadley, Mass. 
JU 4-4769 



GIFTS INTERNATIONALE 

Direct Importers 

of 

The Finest in African Carvings 



Agents for: 

House of Litz 
Porcelain Figurines 




AMHERST MARTINIZING 

"The most in dry cleaning" 

43 So. Pleasant Street 
Amherst, Mass. 



Compliments of 

AQUA VITAE 

Russell Street 
Hadley, Mass. 



VlZZA 




NELSON'S 

A large selection of 
men's clothing, sportswear. 

"Just a few steps off Main" 

14 Center St. Northampton 



Compliments of 

LaSALLE.'S 
DAIRY BAR 



Bridge Street 
Northampton, Mass. 



THE RED BRICK 
SCHOOLHOUSE 

Antiques 

Cabinetwork 

FREDERICK A. ADAMS 

Whately, Mass. 



Compliments of 



RUSIN'S FARM 




Whately, Mass. 



Compliments 

of 

SANDY ACRES 
VEGETABLE STAND 

South Deerfield 




Compliments of 

TOM'S 

Grinders, Hot Dogs 

and Sandwiches 

of All Kinds 

Routes 5 and 10 



ANDY'S 

TEXACO 

SERVICE 



Whatley, Mass 
Route 5 & 10 




Compliments 
of 
FRAN'S BEAUTY SALON 
Main Street 
Hatfield, Mass. 
CHestnut 7-5150 



HELEN'S 
HAIR STYLISTS 

Slenderizing 

and 

Make-Up Department 

JU 4-4861 

35 Main Street 

Northampton, Mass. 



Courtesy of 
RENDEZVOUS 

CAFE& 
RESTAURANT 



377 Russell St. 
Hadley 




Courtesy 
of 

JOHN T. MARTULA 
INSURANCE AGENCY 

JU 4-2161 



245 Russell Street 
Hadley, Mass. 



Fine luggage and 

leather goods 

at 

THE HARLOW LUGGAGE STORE 

18 Center Street 

Northampton, Mass. 



Compliments of 

WALTER'S APPLIANCE AND 
FURNITURE, INC. 

Hadley, Mass. 




Best Wishes 

to the 
Class of 1962 

from 

PELC'S CAFE 

Elm Street Hatfield 
CHestnut 7-5044 



Compliments 
of 

KOCHAN'S GROCERY 
AND PACKAGE STORE 

Elm Street Hatfield 

CHestnut 7-5574 



Compliments of 

PETER KUBOSIAK 

Old Fox Fertilizers 
Warehouse Elm Street 

Hatfield, Mass. 
CHestnut 7-2381 




Compliments 

of 

DESMOND'S 
BARBER SHOP 

Main Street 
Hatfield 



COVENTRY'S MOTOR COURT 

Breakfast CH 7-5535 

West Street Rt. 5&10 

West Hatfield 




*WHENINTHE 
I MDDDFDR 
FINE FDDD 



Go 

to 
the 



HIGHWAY CLUB 



West St. West Hatfield 





JOHN S. WIDELO 
AND 
SONS 

CHestnut 7-5095 



Welding 

Equipment 

Maintenance 

Construction 



NORTH HATFIELD 

AUTO WRECKING 

Used Auto Parts 

Scrap Cars Bought 

and Sold 

Francis E. Widelo 




Compliments 
of 
HATFIELD CLUB, INC. 
Elm Street Hatfield 



Compliments of 

A. E. CELATKA 

AGRICO 

Elm Street Hatfield 
CHestnut 7-2081 



AT 
YOUR 
SERVICE 




Compliments 
of 
SQUARE DEAL MOTOR SALES 
Main Street Hatfield 



Guild Optician 

Prescriptions Filled 

Replacements 

and Repairs 

WALTER E. DENNY 

4 Craft Avenue 
Northampton, Mass." 
justice 4-0684 




Compliments 
of 
HATFIELD DAIRY 




E. J. WICKLES, INC. 

Developer of 
Colonial Acres 

Hatfield, Mass. 
CHestnut 7-5560 



PLEASANT ST. 
SERVICE STATION 





99 Pleasant Street 
Northampton, Mass. 
justice 4-9603 



PATRICIA'S BRIDAL HOUSE 

Wedding Gowns Bridesmaids 
Party and Prom Dresses 

Yours for a Happy Wedding 

By Appointment 
CHestnut 7-5164 
Route 5 West Hatfield 



CLARENCE WOLFRAM 

The complete line of 
G. E. appliances and 
freezer rental service. 

North Hatfield 




MARSH'S MUMS 

Rooted cutting in May 
Blooming plants from 
September to October. 

Be sure to see 75 new varieties 
in our trail garden. 

North Hatfield 




Compliments 

of 

NORTHAMPTON AUTO PARTS 

241 King Street 
Northampton, Mass. 

justice 4-2337 



Authorized 



dealer for 



Volkswagen 




NORTHAMPTON MOTORS INC. 

246 King St. Northampton 
JU 4-8620 



MARGARET NELSON 

10 Green Street 
Northampton 

JU 4-1193 




WEST HATIFIELD MOTOR SERVICE 

Service Dealer for 

Briggs & Stratton 

E. F. Betsold 

West Street West Hatfield 
CHestnut 7-4421 



Thanks 

to 

All Our 

Patrons 

and 

Advertisers 



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